Posts tagged with culture

Ideologies: A Hindrance To Rationality?

ideology a hindrance to rationality

check out the post right here I was watching the press preview on Sky News last night as I often find myself doing and there were two journalists on the sofa having a right old barny over the benefits system (as…

Shift To A Utility Based Mindset When Splashing The Cash

utility

look at this site We are all consumers whether we like it or not; you simply can’t lead life without buying certain things whether that’s the food that you eat, the clothes you wear or the soap you wash…

When Will We Have Our Collective Lightbulb Moment? (If Ever)

When Will We Have Our Collective Lightbulb Moment?

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Plenty Of Positive People Protecting The Planet

protecting the planet

look at this now I must have accidentally hit the alliteration button on my keyboard with that post title but anyway, on with the show… On Thursday night I was fortunate enough to attend the Observer Ethical Awards (sponsored…

[Book Review] – What Has Nature Ever Done For Us by Tony Juniper

what has nature ever done for us?

http://1conn.com/?binarforexar=اسعار-سوق-الاسهم-السعودي-اليوم-مباشر I don’t read too many books but when I saw a piece on the Guardian website by environmental campaigner and author Tony Juniper talking about the economic benefits we receive from nature, my interest was…

The Curse Of “Stuff” And What You Can Do About It

room full of clutter

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Keeping Up With The Green Joneses

Keeping Up With The Green Joneses

I’ve just got a few thoughts to share with you today about whether the very visual impact of a neighbour doing some good for the environment is enough to encourage others to do the same….

The Importance of Green Community Action Groups

Green Community Action

If you read my last post about recycling apathy then you’ll know that one of the things that I think holds individuals, communities and even countries back from genuine and massive action on climate change…

Dealing With Recycling Apathy

Wastepaper Bin

I spend most of my working week in an office that I share with around 8 or 9 other people and despite having a green blogger in their midst, many seem fairly lax in their…

On Ya Bike, Take A Hike & Other Green Travel Tips

Boris Bikes The Future?

While my previous post on deforestation might have made it sound like we’ve got nothing to worry about in terms of the carbon footprint of travel (it makes up 13.5% of the global total), it…